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Calgary Cowboys (AJHL)

Calgary Cowboys
City Calgary, Alberta
League Alberta Junior Hockey League

The Calgary Cowboys were a Junior A ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League based out of Calgary, Alberta. They were one of the five founding members of the AJHL in 1963. The Cowboys lasted only two years before ceasing operations.

In 1963–64, the Cowboys lost to the Calgary Buffaloes for the inaugural AJHL championship three games to one.

The team folded prior to the 1965–66 season with most players moving to the cross town Buffaloes. One season later, in 1966–67, the Buffaloes resurrected the Cowboys name, which they would retain until their demise in 1969–70.

Season-by-season record

Note: GP = games played, W = wins, L = losses, T = ties, Pts = points, GF = goals for, GA = goals against

Season GP W L T GF GA Points Finish Playoffs
1963-641 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Lost final
1964-65 - - - - - - - ---
1No regular season was played in 1963–64, league had a playoff only to determine champion

See also

References

  • Alberta Junior Hockey League website
  • AJHL Annual Guide & Record Book 2006-07


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